Most of us set goals. Whether to finish our studies, get a promotion, meet a deadline for a project, or achieve a sales or fundraising target. But what happens when we fail to achieve what we aim for? We can sometimes feel disappointed, discouraged, and even ashamed. However, contrary to popular belief, failing to achieve a goal is sometimes a good thing. In this podcast, David shares with Margaret how he recently failed to achieve an objective, how he handled it, and why such failers are essential for our growth and development.
Margaret and David also discuss how Hyper-Achievers routinely avoid setting audacious goals they may not achieve and how our Positive Intelligence Program can help you if you sabotage yourself in this way.